Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Scones and Tea


My copy of Hoffman Media's Teatime Magazine's, Scones and Tea arrived today.
As you know, if you are a reader of this blog, I am a long-time subscriber of TeaTime Magazine.
I have every issue of the magazine and use them as a tea party planning resource. 

Scones and Tea is a collection of beautiful photos and recipes of sweet and savory scones and toppings for the scones. 
I recommend you add this beautiful book to your tea library!

The above strawberry scone recipe is from one of our favorite tea rooms,
Camillia Rose Tea Room in Plant City, FL. 
I posted about our tea-lightful 2010 visit at


Plain scones are my favorite, because I learned to eat scones in Britain.
But, most folks in the USA enjoy flavored scones.
Everyone should be able to find a favorite iamong the variety of recipes n this book!

10 comments:

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

I am SOOOO EXCITED to get mine! You will be seeing some new treats from this book on my blog in the future I am sure! I can not wait to make those little xmas tree tea sandwiches that were in the recent issue of teatime!

Denise said...

My long time fave magazine too.If I wasn't always on a diet and watching my weight, I would be baking all the time and making scones for my family.I should look for a low fat, low sugar ,high fiber scone.Yum

my cup of tea said...

I just adore scones! I get all excited when I come across a new recipe! I asked for this book for Christmas....if I don't get it as a present from my hubby then it will be a present to myself!
Happy TEA day!
~Donna~

Denise :) said...

I can't wait for my copy to arrive as well!! I love Tea Time Magazine -- I have every single issue ever printed! It's wonderful!! :)

Rosemary said...

Am enjoying my copy also! Beautiful photography, of course! They all look so yummy, so the difficult part is deciding which recipe to try first!

Lady Linda said...

Oh yummy. I think I need this book....thanks for sharing.
Linda

Ruth...Time Was Antiques said...

Mine hasn't arrived yet but I can hardly wait! Thanks for sharing. I'm drooling already!
Cheers,
R

Marilyn said...

I most often enjoy plain scones, no fancy flavorings for me. Occasionally my husband makes a batch of English scones with nutmeg and raisins, then I don't even add jam or butter just want them plain.

Angela McRae said...

Haven't ordered a copy yet, but I will. And for some reason I am not surprised to hear that my friend who is such a tea purist takes her scones plain! (You prefer the classics, we might say!)

parTea lady said...

Looks like a nice book. I prefer plain currant scones, but sometimes I'll make cranberry, cherry or other kinds. I've been meaning to order Scones and Tea - thanks for the review.

 

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